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Historic images of the worst fire in London's history which destroyed a large part of the City of London

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St Augustine By Wren

3rd June 1952: Beside St Paul's Cathedral, London, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, built from 1675 - 1710, is the fine pinnacled tower of the Church of St Augustine with St Faith, Watling Street, also designed by Wren, in the wake of the Great Fire of 1666. The small church, which was damaged by fire in the bombing of 1941, is to be closed. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)